• Teaching English Vocabulary Using Games
    | | | |other methods. | | | | | |From my teaching experience I have noticed how enthusiastic students are about | | | | | |practising language by means of games. I believe...
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  • The Role of Culture in English Language Teaching: a Case Study of Schools of the Khasi Community in Semi-Urban Areas.
    The Role of Culture in English Language Teaching: A Case Study of Schools of the Khasi Community in Semi-urban Areas. Introduction English Language is traditionally viewed as a code made up of words and a series of rules that connect them together. Language learning here, involves only vocabulary...
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  • Newspaper Education Pullouts: a Study of Its Roles and Contributions to Primary School Teachers in Klang Valley, Penang, and Negeri Sembilan.
    and enhancing the English language teaching and learning among teachers and students through various projects conducted by NST (New Straits Times, 2008). This effort was also joined by The Star with the similar goals and mission. Both newspapers focus on the improvement of English language while other...
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  • my life goals
    It has been long since I got panic attacked for the idea of being a language teacher. A student at the first year of the Faculty of Arts, English Department was I. For me, a language instructor had to be respectful, wise, elegant, confident, cheerful, friendly as well as strict at certain times...
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  • Klllllllllllllllllllll
    Reading the Living Text An Indispensable Skill for Arab Learners of English By Dr. Adil A. M. Al-Sulaimani Dept. of Foreign Languages Faculty of Education Taif University     Dr. Adil A. M. Al-Sulaimani 58 Vol. 19-N0.2- Jumada II 1428AH. July 2007 Reading the Living Text ...
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  • methods techniques and approaches of language teaching
    “METHODS, APPROACHES AND TECHNIQUES OF LANGUAGE LEARNING” An approach to language teaching is something that reflects a certain model or research paradigm- a theory. This term is the broadest of the three. A method, on the other hand, is a set of procedures, i.e., a system that spells out rather...
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  • Focus on the Learner
    For this assignment, I interviewed Maya, a 23 year old Syrian student who had obtained her English Literature degree from the University of Damascus in Syria. She is currently in an Upper-Intermediate level English class at the Higher College of Technology in the United Arab Emirates. As she is from Middle-Eastern...
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  • Don't Let Our Forest Become Once Upon a Time
    Teachers of Paco Catholic School” Introduction Nowadays, social studies in Philippine school is known as Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika or HEKASI. Teaching HEKASI like any other subjects requires instructional materials that include: teacher’s manuals, exercise books, transparencies, reinforcement activities...
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  • A-v aids
    Importance of audio – visual aids in teaching methodology.                                                                                                        Introduction:  The audio visual aids educational learning resources or instructional or educational Medias.  These all the terms meant the...
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  • Field Study
    study 3 Technology in the learning environment BSE III-2 Major in Mathematics Second Semester Statement of Purpose * Select the teaching materials that best suit the needs of the learners. * Apply the principles of developing instructional materials. * Develop and utilize...
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  • Explain How to Embed Functional Skills Into Your Specialist Area
    focus is on English and maths. The challenge I have is less about embedding Functional Skills, and more about encouraging learners to apply the skills they are learning within life, learning and work. The learners I work with are those who did not achieve grade C or above in their GCSE English and or maths...
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  • reseach
    Journal(Bim onthly) Jun.2006 Vol. No. 29 3 AN ACTION RESEARCH ON FOURTH YEAR FILIPINO STUDENTS ATTITUDE TOWARD THE USE OF GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS AS AIDS TO COMPREHENSION OF EXPOSITORY TEXT Elena C .Cutiongco University of the Philippines Introduction Most high school teachers presu m e that students...
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  • Lesson Plan in English
    Lesson Plan in English for High School Students I. Objectives: At the end of the discussion, 90% of the students are expected to: 1. identify the different kinds of pronouns correctly; 2. write and discuss about Matter using the forms of pronouns substituting nouns; 3. appreciate the...
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  • Materials Development for the Language Classroom
    Introduction The process of teaching and learning usually related to the way teacher produce the lesson in the classroom. The common techniques that usually teacher use in the classroom is chalk and talk. They never think about pupils’ interest for their teaching process. For teacher herself in the...
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  • Dtlls Unit 3 Delivering Lifelong Learning – Level 3
    Units – 1.1 – 1.3, 2.1 – 2.2, 3.1-3.2, 4.1-4.2 & 5.1-5.3 Assignment 1 Research and produce a checklist and evaluate your current learning and teaching environment in relation to it for – a) Inclusive learning good practice b) Opportunities for learners to practise Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills...
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  • Analysis of Teaching Material-Tesol
    Analysis of Teaching Material- NEW HEADWAY ADVANCED The material chosen for analysis is the New Headway Advanced Student’s Course Book published and released in 2004 and written by Liz Soars, John Soars. The New Headway claims to the best-selling series that combines the best of traditional methods...
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  • English in Kiddie
    JOURNAL Students’ Problems in Understanding the Text Books an analysis on the students’ competence in predicting information from the pictures on Visual aids at Plus Al Misbach Play Group Tanjungsari SUBMITTED AS FINAL TEST OF PUBLIC SPEAKING Lecturer: Asep Gunawan, S.Pd.   Compiled...
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  • 301 Communication with Others
    communication can be verbal and non-verbal There are different ways in which you can communicate using different skills can ensure effective communication. Not everyone communicates the same way and without using different skills and strategies barriers develops and relationship can break down. The principles...
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  • Csd 269 Study Guide Week 6
    the reader identifies letters by visual analysis and assigns the letters to a graphic code, the semantic code is stored in the brain 5. How does the “reading by ear” process differ from the “reading by eye” process? reading by ear also begins with a visual analysis process, letters are identified...
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  • Visual Aids for Language Teaching
    Four important visual aids teachers use with students to teach, learn, study, play and review knowledge in class for Language Teaching. The use of visual aids is important if a teacher really wants to do a great job, have more attractive classes and get better results from their students. Those...
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